planner. Monday , September 04th , 2017 - 21:58:50 PM
The Mayans did the same thing. The Long Calendar ends on December 21, 2012 and a new cycle begins. What makes this particular date so mysterious and foreboding? It is interesting and worth noting that there are a few things that coincide with this particular date.
You probably already know this. There is a lot of talk about the world ending on December 21, 2012. Pop culture has focused on the Mayan Calendar. It ends on December 21, 2012. Why do so many embrace that day as the end of the world? Is it mass humankind intuitiveness, a subconscious knowingness? Is it clever marketing? More bluntly, is the Mayan calendar prophesy, a hoax or reality?
Some of the limitations in your capacity for having an exciting, vital life are your unaware agendas. (Webster's primary definition for agenda is "a program of things to be done.") On one hand, agendas are very useful. They allow us to focus on those things which need to be completed. They allow us to steer a course to a destination. They keep us on track so that we don't get distracted and they allow us to see if we have achieved what we set out to accomplish. But agendas can also limit what we can see, fettering our interactions with others and with our environment. They do this by maintaining a specific arena in which we function or interact because we are driven toward the completion of that goal.
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